123 olas (ka-je); 500 x 65 mm; 2 cord holes, 13 lines, 120 char., Sinh. medium script, 435 mm; numb. Sinh. letters; 2 wooden covers. Scholar's notes in pencil and black ink, adds European numbers to chapters. Used by the Rev. R. Morris for his ed., 'The Buddhavamsa and the Cariya-Pitaka', London, PTS 1882 p. V '5-7 A copy of the Madhurattha-vilasini, a commentary of the Buddhavamsa, presented to me by Subhuti, the learned author of the Namamala...' No date. See Jacqueline Filliozat, 'Survey of the Pāli Manuscript Collection in the Royal Asiatic Society', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1999, Vol. 9, Pt. 1, pp. 35-76.